DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION<br />FaustoGardini<br />Let’s Build a<br />Blog<br />
Sign up for a Google Gmail Account. It’s FREE.<br />A Gmail account will give you access to many FREE Google services, inc...
You are signed up for Google Gmail.<br />You may use your Gmail account to access Google Blogger and create a FREE Blog.<b...
Google Blogger is found under the more followed by even more<br />on the www.google.com header line. Click first on more. ...
Google Blogger is found under the more followed by even more<br />on the www.google.com header line. Then click on even mo...
Note: The examples following are screenshots of an actual test blog.<br />
Customize your blank blog by choosing a template.<br />
If you so desire, you may customize the template. <br />Once done click on apply to blog<br />
The Posting tab will present a blank box with the usual controls for font, size, etc.  <br />
The text input here was selected<br />from a MS Word document<br />(Highlight & Copy) and pasted<br />into the box.<br />T...
The finished blog after adjusting<br />the text and adding a picture<br />(image) uploaded from own<br />computer (Part 1)...
The finished blog after adjusting<br />the text and adding a picture<br />(image) uploaded from own<br />computer (Part 2)...
DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION<br />That’s how far I take you. If you practice, play with your blog you will discover ma...
DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION<br />URL – What’s that?<br /> URL stands for: Uniform Resource Identifier.<br />       I...
DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION<br />One more piece of advice that my wife, bless her heart *, always gives me, is: <br /...
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  1. 1. DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION<br />FaustoGardini<br />Let’s Build a<br />Blog<br />
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  3. 3. Sign up for a Google Gmail Account. It’s FREE.<br />A Gmail account will give you access to many FREE Google services, including<br />Google Blogger, Google Sites, Youtube and others.<br />If you already have a Google account, forego signing up to Gmail and use your<br />current account.<br />
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  7. 7. You are signed up for Google Gmail.<br />You may use your Gmail account to access Google Blogger and create a FREE Blog.<br />
  8. 8. Google Blogger is found under the more followed by even more<br />on the www.google.com header line. Click first on more. <br />
  9. 9. Google Blogger is found under the more followed by even more<br />on the www.google.com header line. Then click on even more. <br />
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  12. 12. Note: The examples following are screenshots of an actual test blog.<br />
  13. 13.
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  15. 15.
  16. 16. Customize your blank blog by choosing a template.<br />
  17. 17. If you so desire, you may customize the template. <br />Once done click on apply to blog<br />
  18. 18. The Posting tab will present a blank box with the usual controls for font, size, etc. <br />
  19. 19. The text input here was selected<br />from a MS Word document<br />(Highlight & Copy) and pasted<br />into the box.<br />The post may be previewed<br />prior to publication. <br />
  20. 20. The finished blog after adjusting<br />the text and adding a picture<br />(image) uploaded from own<br />computer (Part 1).<br />
  21. 21. The finished blog after adjusting<br />the text and adding a picture<br />(image) uploaded from own<br />computer (Part 2).<br />This is the box allowing others<br />to participate in your blog.<br />However, you control your blog<br />and you can delete any unwanted postings. <br />
  22. 22. DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION<br />That’s how far I take you. If you practice, play with your blog you will discover many marvelous capabilities and you will soon be as proficient as a professional and your blog will look maaaarveloooouuus!<br />How will people know about your blog?<br />Here’s one suggestion: Whenever you send an Email to friends, relatives and acquaintances, append your Blog’s URL to your signature.<br />
  23. 23. DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION<br />URL – What’s that?<br /> URL stands for: Uniform Resource Identifier.<br /> It may be a page, image, video or document.<br /> It’s the address on the Internet where one can<br />find your blog. In this example the URL is:<br />http://lifelonglearningatunf.blogspot.com<br />
  24. 24. DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION<br />One more piece of advice that my wife, bless her heart *, always gives me, is: <br />Follow the instructions!<br /><ul><li>She’s from South Carolina!</li>

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